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ISRO Mission chandrayaan 2, Challenges of a Moon’s Landing.

ISRO Mission chandrayaan 2, Challenges of a Moon's Landing.

Chandrayaan-II is the second lunar exploration campaign in India, which has been developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).  The plan is to launch the GSLV Mark 3 launch vehicle.  This campaign will include a Chandra Orbiter (Chandra Yaan) and a rover and a lander built in India.Launch between Chandrayaan 2 July 15, and the possibility of moon-landing on September 6, 2019. According to ISRO technical challenges Chandrayaan Mission can face the Moon during landing.The ISRO Chandrayaan Mission will have three modules named Orbiter, Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover, in which there will be two different options for Landers.  ISRO has shared an image in which various challenges have been mentioned which can happen with Vikram Lander and some technical difficulties are as follows:Trajectory: The distance between the Moon and Earth is approximately 3.844 million kilometers.  Therefore, making sure to increase time while traveling at such a great distance creates many difficulties because intrusion is affected by various factors such as celestial bodies, solar radiation speed, and non-uniform gravity of the earth and the moon.
   DP Space Communication: The distance between Earth and Moon can be interrupted again, because on-board power and radio signals that use a bomb with heavy background noise will be weak.  Large antennas will need to take a limited signal.  Trans-moon injection and moon capture need to reduce the margins of error: ISRO Chandrayaan 2 and the path of the moon have to be predicted in advance with adequate and high level accuracy.  Keeping on-board electronics safe: ISRO Chandrayaan mission will carry on-board various devices like large-area cold X-ray spectrometer (LASS, Solar X-ray Monitor (XSM), NAVCAMs, and so on).  Therefore, to keep the right on-board electronics safe, the thermal environment at the height of the classroom is necessary.  Vikram Lander on the Moon:  Landing site landscape features should not be transmitted in the shadow area, and NGC and onboardation system onboard is a successful landing to be done automatically and autonomously.
  Lunar dust can affect devices: Moon dust, which is a minicose and a hard fork, can stick on surfaces and deployment mechanism, solar panel display and NGC sensor can interfere with performance.  Temperature and vacuum affecting ISRO Chandrayaan 2 cans: Extreme surface temperature and Vacuum Vikrama make the moon surface highly adverse for the operation of the lander and Pragyan Rover.